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North Carrol High School Vocal Music Department - Spring Concert "Of Peace And Music" mp3 track

North Carrol High School Vocal Music Department - Spring Concert "Of Peace And Music" mp3 track

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Performer: North Carrol High School Vocal Music Department
Title: Spring Concert "Of Peace And Music"
Released: 1971
Category: Jazz / Rock / Pop
Rating: 4.4 ✦


A1 Alright Now
A2 This Land Is Your Land
A3 Close To You
A4 Five Hundred Miles
A5 We've Only Just Begun
A6 Both Sides Now
A7 Blowin' In The Wind
B1 Yesterday
B2 Just One Day
B3 Turn Around, Look At Me
B4 Scarborough Fair
B5 The New Twenty-Third
B6 A Time For Us
B7 Let It Be
B8 The Exodus Song

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